Cash-strapped Kingfisher Airlines, which is looking at reducing its fleet, will no longer serve free food on its budget flights that were started late last year, effective Oct. 10. The decision comes as a big blow to the carrier that cannot shake off its luxury image and continues to promote itself on its Web site as India`s first and only 5-Star airline, and the only one to offer a first class service on domestic routes. Presently, the airline has around 70% of its aircraft switched ...
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